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Photo at 4 P.M. Witness F. A. Smith. Home of Thomas Murry, 8 1/2 Milton St., rear, top floor, Worcester, Mass. Mother and children, 6 yrs., 8 yrs. two of 12 yrs. old. The 3-year-old helps a little. Earn $1.50 to $3.00 a week working on hose supporters. Father makes $15 a week. Two other children work: one gets $7 to $11 a week, one gets $4 a week. Home workers work until 8:30 or 9 P.M. nearly every day. (See also Report.) Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Nearly 9 A.M. Girl (about 8 yrs. old) carrying sack of hose supporters home, a long distance and she had to run to get home in time for school. Up hill and tiring work, resting frequently. (See also Report.) Witness F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Nearly 9 A.M. Girl (about 8 years old) carrying sack of hose supporters home, a long distance and she had to run to get home in time for school. Up hill and tiring work, resting frequently. (See also Report.) Witness F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

5 minutes to 9 A.M. Eleven-year-old girl running home with a twenty-pound load of garter buttons for home-work. Trying not to be late for school. (See also Report.) Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Home of Peter Mazkerthlain, 7 Elizabeth St., Worcester, Mass. Children: 6 yrs., 9 yrs., 11 yrs., 12 yrs. old, working on garter buttons. Mother works too. Make $1.50 to $2.00 a week. Neighbors say she keeps them at work late at night. (See also Report.) Photo at noon. Witness, F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Mrs. Mary George, 74 Southbridge Street, Worcester, Mass. Mother and Aaron, 13 yrs., and Elizabeth 12 yrs old, working on crochet slippers. The children work until 9 or 10:30 P.M. sometimes, and the mother later. Girl has so much trouble with eyes that she is very much behind in school. Mother has eye trouble, too. (See Report also.) Witness. F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Witness F. A. Smith. Home of Sarkis Bedrosian, 7 Elizabeth St., Worcester, Mass. Children 6 yrs., 8 yrs., 10 yrs. and mother. Earn about $1.50 a week working on garter buttons. Father earns $8 to $10 a week. (See also Report.) Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Boulevard Park, Worcester, Mass.

8:30 A.M., Nov. 12, 1912. Two young girls, Murry and Westover, carrying home sacks full of hose-supporters for home work, from American Narrow Fabric Co., Worcester, Mass. Loads are heavy and distances long. They hurry so they won't be late to school. They have to stop frequently to rest. (See Report of F. A. Smith, also photos of Westover and Murry families (interiors)). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Hotel Bancroft, Worcester, Mass.

[Training school, Norton Grinding Co., Worchester, Mass.]

[Woman working at internal thread milling machine, Norton Grinding Co., Worcester, Ma., during World War I]

Folger Library copy work. Illustration of Durham, Salisbury and Worcester Houses

Mass. Society, Peter F. Sullivan, #6, Worcester

New England hurricane. Chicken house between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

Worcester (vicinity), Massachusetts. Wreckage left by a New England hurricane

New England hurricane. Pine wood lot near Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

New England hurricane. Tree down on H.L. Beer's place near Worcester, Massachusetts

New England hurricane. Chicken house near Worcester, Massachusetts

New England hurricane. Barn near Worcester, Massachusetts

New England hurricane. Farmer clearing debris of chicken house between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

Pine wood lot near Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

New England hurricane. Chicken house damaged by the debris from a second chicken house which was demolished between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

Worcester (vicinity), Massachusetts. A cornfield on the farm of H.L. Beers laid flat by the New England hurricane

New England hurricane. Dead chickens in debris of chicken house. Between Worcester and Amherst, Massachusetts

Food in England. Old grass slopes are plowed for planting at Worchester, England. Many acres left uncultivated before the war are being utilized to produce the greatest quantity of food possible

Pocomoke City Bridge, built in 1920 in Worcester County, Maryland

The right hand of fellowship from Old England's Worcester to New England's Worcester ... The inhabitants of Worcester, England, to their brethren of Worcester, Massachusetts, U. S. A. Friends and brethren, It is with pain and deep sorrow that we

Venturi Meter, Holden, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Route 9, Leicester, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, East End of Town Common, West Brookfield, Worcester County, MA

Burley Cottage, Main Street, Berlin, Worcester County, MD

Milestone, Route 9, East Brookfield, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Route 9, Brookfield, Worcester County, MA

Thirty-one-mile Stone, Bolton, Worcester County, MA

Colonel Artemus Lee House, Templeton Common, Templeton, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Worcester Turnpike, Framingham, Middlesex County, MA

Whitinsville Brick Mill, Forge, 56 Douglas Road, Northbridge, Worcester County, MA

Ticket For president, Benjamin F. Butler of Massachusetts ... For Governor Matthew J, McCafferty of Worcester ... [n. d.].

Hall House, Cherrix Road, Girdletree, Worcester County, MD

Poisoners Club, Worcester, Mass., 5/9/13

Stephen Salisbury Mansion (first), 40 Highland Street, Worcester, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Foster Hill Road, West Brookfield, Worcester County, MA

The winnah! Washington, D.C., May 29. Spelling the word 'homogenuity' correctly, Elizabeth Rice, 12-year-old eighth grade student of Worcester, Mass., today won the 15th annual spelling bee. She received a plaque and $500 as the first prize

House of 1763, Templeton, Worcester County, MA

Shaker Church Family Barn (Ruins), Shaker Road vicinity, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Thirty-four-mile Stone, Milford, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Worcester Turnpike, Westborough, Worcester County, MA

Shaker Family Church, General Views, Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

John W. Stile House, Templeton Common, Templeton, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, State Route 9 (Boston Post Road), Spencer, Worcester County, MA

D. T. Dudley & Son Company, Providence Road, Wilkinsonville, Worcester County, MA

Milestone, Route 9 at Collier's Corner, Leicester, Worcester County, MA

Cattle show, exhibition of manufactures, and ploughing match, at Worcester, Mass. ... 1831

Mount Ephraim, Bayside Road, Chincoteague Bay Vicinity, Snow Hill, Worcester County, MD

Mount Ephraim, Bayside Road, Chincoteague Bay Vicinity, Snow Hill, Worcester County, MD

Mount Ephraim, Bayside Road, Chincoteague Bay Vicinity, Snow Hill, Worcester County, MD

Consistent democracy. The elective franchise for women. Twenty-five testimonies of prominent men. [25 names] Worcester. 1858.

Consistent democracy. The elective franchise for women. Twenty-five testimonies of prominent men. [25 names] Worcester. 1858.

Consistent democracy. The elective franchise for women. Twenty-five testimonies of prominent men. [25 names] Worcester. 1858.

Consistent democracy. The elective franchise for women. Twenty-five testimonies of prominent men. [25 names] Worcester. 1858.

Proceeding of the county nominating Convention of Democrats and Conservatives [Worcester County, Md. 1865].

Proceeding of the county nominating Convention of Democrats and Conservatives [Worcester County, Md. 1865].

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

Shaker South Family Washhouse, South Shaker Road, Harvard, Worcester County, MA

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

201-215 Bonneville Avenue (Houses), Pocomoke City, Worcester County, MD

D. T. Dudley & Son Company, Machine Shop & Powerhouse, Providence Road, Wilkinsonville, Worcester County, MA

D. T. Dudley & Son Company, Machine Shop & Powerhouse, Providence Road, Wilkinsonville, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

Eli Adams House, Oakham, Worcester County, MA

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